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taking so long? >> what is holding us back is a stalemate in washington between the two fundamentally different views of which direction america should take. this election is your chance to break the stalemate. >> as you look at the president's record, ids long on words and short on action that created jobs. and again, talk is cheap, action speaks loudly. ptioned by t the national captioning institute www.ncicap.org-- >> this week, a special edition. we a taking at the dependence day celebration to step back and bypass breaking news. also, we took the fourth of july off. [laughter] all the polls tell us that the number one issssue is the sad state of the american economy. millions of americans still out of work, many with little hope of finding jobs. the american dream of owning a home has becom a nightmare for a lolot of americans. although we have traditionally been a nation of optimists, a majority of american parents tell us datee bank -- less they think their children will be worse off than they work. -- than they were. >> our businesses have created over 4 million jobs in the la
bypass breaking news. also, we took the fourth of july off. [laughter] all the polls tell us that the number one issue is the sad state of the american economy million. some americans still without work, many without hope of finding jobs. the american dream of owning a home has become a nightmare for many americans. although we are traditionally a nation of optimists, and more toward -- majority of the parents tell us they ink their kids will be worse off than they were. >> our businesses have gone back to basics and created over 4 million jobs in the last 27 months -- [applause] more private-sector jobs than were created during the entire seven years before this crisis. >> this president has put together almost as much public debt as all the prior presidents combined. you want four more years of that? you call that forward? that is forward over cliffs, that is forward on the way to greece. >> president obama said that the question facing the american november -- the american voter in november is how we grow faster, how we create more jobs, and how we pay down our debt led. s
words. -- thedn't build that" president tells us that he did not mean what his opponents see he is, anti small-business. how is ronny doing so far, mark? >> it has not gone according to plan, but he has taken too many cheap shots. this does not rise to the level of "corporations are people," or "i like being able to fire people ." let the gaffes began. >> nina? >> he violated a cardinal rule, that it just does not get to criticize the british. having said that, i don't think this is that big a deal. i just not as if he committed a cardinal sin. >> americans may not think this is a big deal, but the british and do, charles. >> he missed a gimme. all he has to do on the trip abroad is say nothing. he chose three countries -- britain, poland, and israel, because each of them has a history with this administration of being dissed. all he has to do is show up -- woody allen said it is 80% of life --, and show friendship and affection and he will be a contest to a bomb. and what does he do? inexplicable what he did. he blew an opportunity. >> colby? >> even before he set foot in london, his st
heat and drought. acts of god or the wages of environmental sin? >> we are asking god to send us the rain we need. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> bain capital, of sourcing, short tracks offshore tax accounts, tax returns. mitt romney has been on the defensive even though the issue on which he chooses to run, the economy, runs a slow pace. at has been about romney's bain capital and his refusal to release tax returns even though some republicans want him to do so. >> romney has released just one full year of his tax returns. >> he has no one in new to blame, he is out of touch with what is happening in the country and that is why in november we will put him out of office. >> why doesn't romney just released the tax returns, charles? >> gordo, you are killing me. this is the week where obama makes the gaffe of the year and you lead with the taxes? look, i will play along. this is an arm of the dnc, but i will play along. [laughter] john mccain released two years, and john kerry -- terry's wife, who, as willie sutton would say, is where the mone
a campaign ad where he eats his own words, wherein he said "you didn't build that." the president tells us he did not mean what his republican opponents say he meant, that he is anti-small business. let's start with governor romney in london. how is he doing so far, mark? >> it has not worked out according to schedule, but he has taken to ma -- too many cheap shots. this does not rise to the level of "corporations are people," "i like being able to fire people." let the gaffes begin. >> nina? >> he violated a cardinal rule, that i guess it should not -- a guest not criticize the brits. having said that, i do not think this is that big a deal. it is not as if he committed a cardinal sin. >> americans may not think it is a big deal, but the british do, charles. >> they do, and he missed a gimme. all he has to do on the trip abroad is to say nothing. he chose britain, poland, and israel, because each of them has a history with this administration of being disssed. all he has to do is show up -- woody allen said it is 80% of life -- and show friendship and trust, and he will be a contest to obama
sarah palin instead." why not t just do it? why not just tell us what was in the cayman islands, the swiss bank accounts? romney separatesimlf from the massive average american people by doing this. >> first of all, cain said that he look at them and his answswer was not to go for sarah palin. his answer was, "i look in them there was nothing in them." ther he is lying and you think he i is a dishonorable man,n, or he is not. second, you release these for 10 yearars, you can imagine that each of them is hundreds of pages long and you imagine all the complications. there will be and this stuff in there, we will talk about nothing else for a month. romney is right, he should be talking about the economy. yes, he will be hit on this a people will imply darkly that he is fighting stuff. but the issue will be the economy, obama's big staff this weekek, and other issues. -- bigaffe this weeeek, and other issues. >> are these guys ever going to ta about anything real? for example, the real bate of what is going on in the country, the subject of charles' column this week? >> obama got o
much polling tells us at this stage, but i would think the president campaigned team would not be happy to read that the latest abc news/"washington post" told has barack obama and mitt romney tied. those polled like the president more than romney but think romney would do a better job on the economy. the president is trying to pin outsourcer-in-chief on romney. >> my work has been working to save the american auto industry. >> this president has been outsourcing a good deal of american jobs himself, by putting money into energy companies, solar and wind energy companies, that make their products outside the united states. >> speaking of wind energy, i wonder at this stage of the campaign how much of this talk the voters are of jogging. keeps us busy, it keeps political consultants employed, but is it having any real impact on how americans vote in november? what do you think, mark? >> the race is close because you give the figure could voters disapprove of the president's job rating and handling of the economy. the president is trying to make it a choice between himself and mitt romney
will not hold. >> what the justice said for the whole court was, this law has been represented to us as a right to communicate. the state government communicate with the federal government saying, is this individual legal in your country? that is a complete right. it would be wrong to say you cannot do that. however, you cannot hold people for an unreasonable period of time. if you think you are targeting them based on ethnicity, you are in trouble. >> what about the politics of this thing? >> the politics simply are killing mitt romney. there was a pull from "wall street journal" analyzing those numbers. overwhelmingly, the country, by a margin of better than three- one, endorsed what the president has done on immigration. undocumented immigrants who are here, who were brought here against their will, kids, those who have grown up in high schools, military, they see the fairness and decency of it. mitt romney has not simply been wobbly on it, he has been absolutely vague and contradictory and week. >> let me hear from charles -- >> 20% of the country is strongly opposed to what the president d
captioning institute ----www.ncicap.org-- >> i don't know how much of the polling actually tells us at this stage, but i wou think that the president's campaign team would not be happy to read that the latest abc news-"washington post" poll barackck obama and mitt romney at 47%. the voters like the president mo than mitt romney but disapprove of his job performance that approve of it. the president has been trying to pin a label of outsourcer-in- chief on romney and pat himself on the back for saving gener gal motors. >> my experience has been working with memembers of labor and it managers to save the auto industry. >> romney has a response to that. >> this president hass been outsourcing a good deal of american jobs and self, but putting money into solar and wind energy companies that end up makg their products outsidede the united ststates. >> speaking of wind energy, i wonder at this stage of the campaign how much of the top of voters are absorbing. it keeps us busy and it keeps political consultants employed, but is it having any real impact on home americans vote in november?
actually tells us at this stage of the presidential campaign, but i would think that the campaign team and not be happy to read the latest abc news-"washington post" poll puts a barack obama and mitt romney 47%, tie. voters like the president more than mitt romney, but disapprove of his job performance more than approve and think romney would do better with the economy. the president has been trying to pin a label of job outsourcer- in-chief on mitt romney while patting himself on the back for saving general motors. >> my experience has been working with members of labor and great managers to save the auto industry. >> romney as a response to that. >> this president has been outsourcing a good deal of american jobs himself, by putting money into energy companies, solar and wind energy companies, that make their products outside the united states. >> speaking of wind energy, i wonder at this stage of the campaign how much of the stock the voters are absorbing. it keeps us busy and keeps political consultants employed, but does it have any real impact on how americans vote? what do you t
to prince philip. >>>> it is an historic moment. i agree with mark. it tells us that it is still possible for people far apart to come together. it can happen there why can it happen in the middle east? >> i will tell you why. it is the end of five veteran yearsf catholic-protestant wars. that handshake is the end of those wawars. the war between islam and the rest of the world we jog-- the borderss of islam are still bloody. it feels it has been demed and oppressed and dominated, and that will conontinue in our lifetitime. >> nina? >> i agree with everybody but i think the queen and is a class act.t. maybe she needs to senend one of her hats to the middle east. >> i have done some reporting on this. if you would say to me that one day mark mcginnis and the queen would shake hands, i would say to you what are you smoking? >> which is s a good question at any time on this show. >> see you next week.
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